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Private tour of the Sistine Chapel in Poland

39 new Panasonic projectors: 35 x PT-REZ10LBEJ and 4 x PT-REZ12LBEJ with new feature, built in SDM slots, have been used to project images across an area of nearly 2,000 square meters. This solution eliminates the need for additional wiring and energy consumption.

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Lifesize Plans projects the future of home design with Panasonic

Chosen for its easy set-up, maintenance-free operation and ability to seamlessly blend various images into a single immersive projection, Panasonic’s PT-RZ990 1-Chip DLP projectors brought Lifesize Plans’ vision to life.

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Panasonic Projectors Immerse the audience at Østre Gasværk Theatre Copenhagen

Panasonic projectors turn this unique theatre venue into an amazing 360 degree visual and immersive canvas, they call TheatreMax®

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Panasonic technology at Pilsudski Museum

Jozef Pilsuski made a significant contribution to the fact that Poland regained its independence. In the unique museum that was created to honour his memory, we can find an installation that tells his extraordinary life story through projection on four huge projection surfaces in the shape of a square.

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Immersive Projection Sets Art Free at Frameless

Incredible 4K images, Ultra Short Throw lenses and projector reliability at the heart of success for the UK’s largest immersive art experience.

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Australia Invites the World to Blue-Sky Dream

Australia Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai (October 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022) proved a creatively ambitious and overwhelmingly effective application of projection-mapping by Panasonic to tell a story of diversity, ingenuity, and innovation.

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Panasonic Projection Gives Expo Visitors a Taste of France

France Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai (October 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022) invited visitors to “rethink progress, create emotional connections, and unleash new ideas to reinvent our world.” Its interior was arranged to communicate the notion of “Light, Enlightenment”, and comprised several interconnected spaces lit up with multi-screen projections that took guests through France’s history of art, science, and world exploration.

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Japan Pavilion - Expo 2020 Dubai

To show how the exchange of ideas can inspire a better future, the Japan Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai (October 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022) drew upon the country’s relationship with technology. For example, smartphones were issued to visitors to track their interest in each exhibit—such as the “realm of mist” powered by Panasonic projection and Silky Fine Mist technology—and the information used to create a unique finale specific to that day and time.

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Thailand’s Sensory Tech Delivers an Immersive Expo Experience

Themed “Mobility for the Future”, Thailand Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai (October 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022) highlighted the country’s investment in transportation, logistics, digital innovation, and personal mobility.

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An Aquatic Wonderland in the Desert

Hungary’s pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai (October 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022), themed Aqua Roots of Hungary, explored the relationship between water, life, history, and culture without actually using a drop.

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Connecting the World to Portuguese Passion

Themed “A World in One Country”, Portugal Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai (October 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022) welcomed about 800,000 visitors to celebrate the people of one of Europe’s oldest nations.

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Panasonic has equipped one of the largest conference hotels in the Czech Republic with audio-visual technology

Hotel NH Collection Olomouc Congress is one of the most modern and largest conference hotels in the Czech Republic. Thanks to the uniqueness of the interior and state of the art audio-visual equipment, it ranks among the top in Central Europe.

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Spectacular mapping by the artist Refik Anadol on the façade of Casa Batlló

Panasonic projectors cover the façade of Casa Batlló with life, with the projection of the mapping "Living Architecture" by the digital artist Refik Anadol, an initiative in collaboration with the Associació Aprenem Autisme and the Adana Foundation

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THE WORKS OF THE DOMINICAN IVÁN TOVAR COME TO LIFE THANKS TO PANASONIC TECHNOLOGY

Panasonic projectors bring to life the surrealism of the painter Iván Tovar in an exhibition through an immersive experience.

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Immersive projection in the Temple of Brunello, a magical place in the heart of Montalcino

The Temple of Brunello is an immersive and emotional journey that leads the visitor to discover the territory where one of the most famous wines in the world is produced. In the Calix room of the Temple, the exposed stones of the walls become the 'screen' for a videomapping projection obtained with six Panasonic PT-RZ690 equipped with ultra short throw ET-DLE035 optics.

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Immersive projection calms children during CT scans at Swedish Hospital

High performing and reliable Panasonic LCD & DLP projectors are at the heart of this innovative solution creating a positive environment for patients and increasing throughput.

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PT-RQ50K – Light spectacle in Basel

An outstanding event: 45 Panasonic high-performance projectors have transformed the Roche Tower into a unique work of art

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Panasonic helping Active Floor with interactive learning floors go global

High performing, reliable and cost effective Panasonic LCD projectors are at the heart of this innovative solution taking the education world by storm.

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SEEING IS BELIEVING AT GRUNDFOS’ STUNNING NEW CORPORATE EVENTS VENUE

High performing, reliable and easy to use Panasonic LCD projectors and 4K PTZ cameras are the vital visual elements in the state-of-the-art Grundfos corporate events venue.

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University of Kassel utilises Panasonic education solutions to enrich its digital and hybrid learning

During the last years, the University of Kassel has broadened its digital learning technology and offers.They record lectures to offer them ‘on demand' for students not being able to attend classes in person, they livestream lectures and generally focus to enrich their ‘hybrid learning'.They keep a focus on balancing their on-demand and remote learning sessions with in-person lectures and classes.

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